Korean artist, Sinae Lee, who lives and works in Canada, employs the medium of acrylic to transmit natural impressions that are imbued with feeling. Her romantic landscapes convey feelings of warmth and a vibrant sense of life. Delicate hues and sensitive touches suggest the scent of flowers and the gentle caress of a passing breeze. Where others see with their eyes, Sinae sees with her heart.
Deep marine blues, infinite skies or intricate forests are painted in a dream-like manner as ethereal ‘ghosts’ under the lights at sunset or in the moonlight, to glimpse vital mirages of her own unconscious, to perceive scents and sweet sounds, in which the viewer can lose oneself. Thus, chaos diminishes and uncoils to rediscover harmony; the inner world can find a sense of balance with the external one, where the flight of seagulls in the moonlight makes our feelings and our innermost desires spread and fly into infinity, all in a gesticulating farewell to the notes of a sonata by Edvard Grieg.